Once you get something published on Triond

United States
February 7, 2011 1:01pm CST
Once you have gotten an article or articles actually approved and published on Triond...how do you make money..or do you have to direct the traffic to your site to get hits on your particular submission to make anything?
8 responses
@wiggles18 (2523)
• Canada
7 Feb 11
Make sure to do a little bit of promoting to get it going. Stumbleupon, digg, etc, are all good sites to do that with. Should only take a minute or two to do only, and it is very worth it.
• United States
7 Feb 11
oh ok...thanks for your help...i was FINALLY able to get a couple of my poems published on triond..so now tryin to figure out how it works..lol.
7 Feb 11
Can you use traffic exchange to promote your work on triond. Anyone know? I high;y doubt it but it's worth asking I think.
• United States
7 Feb 11
I have no idea...but it's something i'll look into later on...thanks for the suggestion.
@adhyz82 (36262)
• Indonesia
14 Feb 11
you can use your facebook or twitter to make popular your triond articles...
• United States
16 Feb 11
thanks for the suggestion. actually I do have my triond stuff on linked with my facebook...and believe it or not..i don't have a twitter account.
@alex8288 (292)
• Philippines
8 Feb 11
Can i post my article to my blog? or the views must be on triond website?
@monouu (2608)
• Singapore
8 Feb 11
The view must be on Triond website so they can track the traffic, make sense? You can however link the Triond websites urls on your blog so your blog visitors can visit your Triond's artcles if they're interested.
@tap0991 (2767)
• United States
7 Feb 11
you have to promote your site around the web so that people can find it and read/view it. Like someone said above share it on social bookmarking sites and submit your article to search engines. Some say pinging your blog helps as well.
• United States
8 Feb 11
Thank you all for all of your input...I appreciate the help
@adnileb (5035)
• Philippines
18 Feb 11
I joined Triond a long time ago but I only passed only one article. Until then, I haven't passed any because I can't think of any topic for an article. But as for your question, your article must have a number of "likes" and "comments" for you to earn. And you should have an article worth reading so that the other readers will like it. You just have to let your friends know about your article for them to like it (you can use Facebook to share your link). Goodluck!
@adnileb (5035)
• Philippines
18 Feb 11
I joined Triond a long time ago but I only passed only one article. Until then, I haven't passed any because I can't think of any topic for an article. But as for your question, your article must have a number of "likes" and "comments" for you to earn. And you should have an article worth reading so that the other readers will like it. You just have to let your friends know about your article for them to like it (you can use Facebook to share your link). Goodluck!
@zoey7879 (3104)
• United States
7 Feb 11
Join up on social bookmarking sites and social media sites... Twitter, StumbleUpon, Digg, etc. Find a couple of free URL submissions sites as well. Start sending your link out that way. Also, be sure to use appropriate tags for your work... don't expect to get a lot of hits for poetry though... Try writing a couple of articles ... news, editorial, etc. Add random users as friends/fans.... that should help ya out :)
@maclanis (2017)
• Belgium
7 Feb 11
Well it took a long time for me to get a lot of views on my articles. But now that I've been active on Triond for half a year, I have built a network of friends there, and they will see my new articles in their news feed. If the title of the article interests them, they'll have a look and perhaps comment. Just make sure to add friends, comment on their articles, etc. Building a network is quite important! I also use social bookmarking like stumbleupon, digg, reddit,... And my articles get posted on my twitter automatically! I also have a Triond-widget on my blogs.